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Bad Day by Ruby Roth
Hardcover $16.95
Sep 10, 2019 | ISBN 9781623173517

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Bad Day will become your household’s go-to book in rough moments, teaching children to reflect, monitor, and manage their feelings.”
—Dr. Jenn Mann, MFT, PsyD, author of The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids

“A beautiful book that tackles a subject not only necessary, but rarely addressed. Parents are frequently frustrated by what they interpret as stubbornness when their children ‘clam up.’ Ruby’s book speaks for kids, so parents can better understand and deal appropriately with their child’s distress.“
—Lynne Bernfield, MA, MFTC, author of When You Can You Will

“A powerful message about the capacity we all have to bring awareness to inevitably tough moments and transform our story to inspire possibility and resilience.”
—Elisha Goldstein, PhD, creator of A Course in Mindful Living

“From my introvert child to my extrovert, it’s been hard to find the perfect conversation-starter about expressing feelings—until Bad Day. Ruby manages to get right what so many parents miss—the option of teaching our children to sit in a tough moment and release it on their own.”
—Chloé Jo Davis, conscious-parenting spokesmama and founder of GirlieGirlArmy.com

“For children, bad days can be confusing. This lovely, thoughtful book encourages kids to acknowledge their feelings and notice how even bad days can bring about positive outcomes.” 
—Susan Kaiser Greenland, author of Mindful Games and The Mindful Child
 
“Loved this book! It makes it okay for a kid to have a bad day and offers a template for thinking through it. Good for adults, too!”
—Ross W. Greene, PhD, author of The Explosive Child
 
“I wish I’d had Bad Day when I was growing up, although it’s helpful (and adorable) even now that I’m old.” 
—Moby

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